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in this story. one was ohio senator ben wade, who jumped out of his carriage and with the help of his friend, senator zachariah chandler, they pushed over their carriage to form a barrier and started bell lowing at the soldiers to stop. they couldn't stop the panic. however, what they saw that day would have a lasting impact on the war. it would test constitutional doctrine and strain relations between congress and the president and it would end the careers of a number of prominent military officers in the union army and leave a legacy that stretched forward to the civil -- to the second world war. now most northerners and their congressman had expected the union with its immense resources and advantages in manpower to overwhelm the south in a matter of weeks. no one was prepared for defeat, much less on the scale of bull run. in the months that followed, union and confederate troops faced each other warily across the potomac river. steadily mounted and then on october 21st, on october 21st, three months after bull run, 2,000 federal troops crossed potomac and attacked a confederate camp nea
.according to brandon wade... c-e-o and founder of seekingarrangment-dot-com... the d-c-baltimore area ranks 6th in the country with the most sugar daddies. 3239 dc sugar daddies have specific characteristics. they're a little bit older they're about 42 years old as opposed to 39. he makes about 230 thousand dollars he's worth about 4.3 million dollars 51 and he spends roughly four thousand dollars a month on his sugar addiction 56but there's another interesting fact about d-c sugar daddies that may be alarming. according to wade - about 48-percent ... nearly half... are married. 33:23 there's a lot of reasons. i think perhaps people need to be married to be taken seriously because it's more of a poltically um, politically strong environment. and so a lot of these guys are in the marriage even though they shouldn't be 38wade -who at 41- recently married a 26-year-old woman - says he doesn't condone cheating..but says his site is no different than other dating web sites where both men and women often lie about their marital status. actually, he says his site has ácreatedá a lot of marriages. 37
>> tim: wade tries to drop down, throw the breaking ball. does not get it outside infer. now running for mauro gomez, who is not a good defensive player, is mike aviles. how about the two minor league free agents on the left side of the infield tonight? they are 6 for 7, and control this game. ciriaco and gomez. >> joe: and tim, a game that the red sox absolutely had to have. >> tim: have to have, i should say. >> joe: they lead by three in the seventh. runner at second, one out. ciriaco now. mauro gomez, by the way, 27 years old, a year older than ciriaco, but hitting .366 with 19 home runs and 55 rbis in triple-a. >> tim: yeah. he's not an accident. as you said, he can flat-out hit. >> joe: ciriaco takes a ball in the dirt from cory wade. so aviles is into the game. he's at second with one out. a 1-0 count on ciriaco. 2-0. hard hit. off the glove of nix. here comes aviles all the way around to score to another run. ciriaco produces another run with that ball to third. >> tim: laynce nix trying to backhand that ball. i think it's got to be a hit. it's a very, very difficult
figure in this story. one was ben wade who jumped out of his carriage and with the help of his friend senator chandler of michigan. they pushed over their carriage to form a barrier and couldn't stop the panic. however, what they saw that day would have a lasting impact on the war. it would stream relations between congress and the president and end careers between officers and the union army and leave a legacy that stretched forward to the civil war. most expected the union to overwhelm the a matter of weeks. in the months that followed the troops faced each other across the pfotomac river. on october 21st, they attacked near leesburg 38 miles up the potomac. half the union force was killed, wounded or captured and among the dead was senator edward baker of oregon who was a personal friend of lincoln and the only senator ever killed in battle. the outraged the north. it was a skirmish when you compare it to what happened in the following years. added to the military passivity, the army was infiltrated with traitors and high-ranking officers had failed to do their duty at the cost of
to attach bills that essentially attack roe versus wade, the sponsors and the pro-life sources don't have the cuts to put a national bill of that kind on the floor because it's a direct assault on roe versus wade that says that up until liability -- vability, the woman can have an abortion and after that, that is a matter for for and her physicians, and this bill tries to push beyond that. the bill is already under attack and the courts and it's sponsored by a representative of arizona who had to answer to the refusal to let me testify on a bill that only applies to the district of columbia because he didn't have a nerve. he dared not put a bill directly to her attack in roe versus wade on the floor and it was preon daned to go to the floor. and they have to tell their listeners about. if you had a provider at any point in your bill, that provider comes in to court to enjoin your right to have an abortion. so, however remote is the provider with the pediatrician, provider was a school nurse, that person has standing to come in to try to get the courts to deny your right to have an abortio
, family and the right to choose. >> that was used in roe vs. wade. it is a theory is a lie. >> the highest court in the land where the issues that decide america are decided. my exclusive on piers morgan tonight. good evening. it's not often a supreme court justice sits down outside the court itself. i am here in washington it interview the longest serving justice, ant 99 scalia. they never comment on cases that are pending. everything from his faith and family to his guiding judicial principals and thoughts on campaign finance and politics and his colleagues. it's all on the table and my interview with scalia and coauthor of their new book. reading law, the interpretation of legal texts. justice scalia, welcome. brian, welcome to you too. >> thank you. >> the book is very much a template for the way you conducted your legal life. you are a man that believes fundamentally that the law in america should be based rigidly on the letter of the constitution. that's what you believe? >> yes. give or take a little. rigidly i should not say, but it should be based on the text of the constitution,
from cory wade. so aviles is into the game. he's at second with one out. a 1-0 count on ciriaco. 2-0. hard hit. off the glove of nix. here comes aviles all the way around to score to another run. ciriaco produces another run with that ball to third. >> tim: laynce nix trying to backhand that ball. i think it's got to be a hit. it's a very, very difficult hop, a very tough play going to his right. it's not been scored yet. but, i mean, i was just thinking that the fenway faithful cheering for two guys they know nothing about for the most part. pedro ciriaco and mauro gomez. >> joe: i'm going to write this down in pencil, but that was ruled an error. >> tim: oh, i think that should be changed. i think that's a double. >> joe: especially here at home. >> tim: yeah, right. ciriaco runs so well as clay rapada is up and throwing. very difficult to get him at first. >> joe: instead of what would have been an rbi base hit, it's an error plating aviles, who was running for gomez. it's 8-4 red sox here in the seventh. cory wade has been falling behind these hitters. >> tim: by the way, ciria
. as for civility, consider senator ben wade of ohio, bluff ben as he was known. by 1862 everyone in washington had heard wade's opinion, his theory that abraham lincoln's actions could be explained by the simple fact he was quote, white trash. wade set the tone of debate for 1862 when on new year's eve he led a delegation from congress to the white house and began his presentation by saying mr. president, you are murdering your country by inches. and he was from lincoln's own republican party. i would venture it is also a mistake to imagine that congress in those days attracted a higher caliber of human fire power than today. it is true there were remarkable men in that congress. unfortunately, ever course, no women. starting with the great abolitionists and diplomat charles sumner and including justin morrell of vermont and william fessendon of maine. lincoln himself averred that these leaders were nothing special compared to the, quote, great men of america's past, washington, jefferson, madison, or even more recently clay and john quincy adams and daniel webster. the nation was growing in stren
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is troubled mitt romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion n -- even in cases of rape d incest. and that's n all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings an family-planning services. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood. we're going to get gid of that. >> a massachusetts man expected to plead guilty today on charges he planned to attack the pentagon and the capital. he planned to fly remote-control model planes packed with explosives into those two buildings. he was arrested last year in an fbi sting. he spent 17 years in prison under a plea date -- will spend 17 years in prison under a plea deal reached last week. >> crews will flip the switch to activate a new traffic light on clarence road. in just five years the intersections of 70 crashes and three people killed. it took a year of fighting to get here. >> march of 2004, an elderly woman dies after the car she is driving in is hit by a utility truck. now af
as a u.s. senate candidate. i believe since roe v. wade has been the law for 20 years we should sustain and support it. i was an independent during the time of reagan-bush. i'm not trying to return to reagan-bush. i want universal coverage. i want everyone in massachusetts and this country to have insurance. >> despite trying his best to run to the center, to appear to be a moderate, mr. romney even promised he was to the left of his opponent ted kennedy on the issue of gay rights in that election. despite that herculean ideological stretching, mr. romney lost the race badly to senator kennedy. it was not the culture war issues, the social issues that are credited with having made the difference in that election. the race didn't end up being much about health insurance or even whether or not mitt romney or ted kennedy were liberal or conservatives on abortion rights or gay rights or gun rights or anything like that. observers of the race say mitt romney lost that badly. look at that. he lost by 17 points to ted kennedy in that race more because of this issue. >> mitt romney's ads claim
. that is the law. >> democrats facing their own tough reelection campaign are reluctant to wade into this issue. harry reid said not only will congress not consider new legislation, but they do not even planned to debate the issue in this election year. >> thank you. new developments with an outbreak of hepatitis see. concern is growing-- hepatitis c. a nationwide investigation is under way because the suspect worked in several states and at 4 maryland hospitals before moving to new england. >> metro officials have released an updated report on the computer crash that shut down services twice this weekend. metro's general manager says a fix is in place but work on it continues. they said a failed module was to blame. officials admit it was inconvenient, but passengers were never at risk. >> still to come, a bit of good news for the job market. why analysts are saying not to read too much into it. >> walmart is facing another lawsuit. ♪ ♪ i've never felt this way before, but it's a scary time to be a woman. mitt romney is just so out of touch. [ female announcer ] mitt romney opposes
care should be our own is troubled mitt romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning servic. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood. we're going to get rid of that. >> the parents of terror suspects had sued the u.s. government for killing their family members and the corona strikes instead of going to trial. >> scott is in the newsroom to explain this. >> there was considerable controversy when he was put on a hit list because he was a u.s. citizen. they were killed in ground strikes without a trial and now their families when the government to pay. the preachings landed him at the top of a hit list and the man accused of inspiring the fort hood shooter. >> i never thought that one day this nice boy would be killed by his own government. >> his father today sued in d.c. federal court along with
break and come out with one of the most contentious supreme court decisions, row v wade. you had a strong opinion at the time and i suspect you have strong opinions today. ♪ [ ding! ] losing your chex mix too easily? time to deploy the boring-popcorn decoy bucket. then no one will want to steal the deliciousness. with a variety of tastes and textures only chex mix is a bag of interesting. >>> my special guest, justice antonin scalia and his coauthor. let's turn to row v wade. you had very strong opinions about this at the time. i know you do now. why were you so violently opposed to it? >> i wouldn't say violently. i'm a peaceful man. adamantly opposed. basically because the theory that was expounded to impose that decision was a theory that does not make any sense. that is namely the theory of substantive due process. there is a due process clause in the constitution that said no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process. that say guarantee not of life, liberty, but not without due process. my court in recent years has invented what is called su
flat-out hit. >> joe: ciriaco takes a ball in the dirt from cory wade. so aviles is into the game. he's at second with one out. a 1-0 count on ciriaco. 2-0. hard hit. off the glove of nix. here comes aviles all the way around to score to another run. ciriaco produces another run with that ball to third. >> tim: laynce nix trying to backhand that ball. i think it's got to be a hit. it's a very, very difficult hop, a very tough play going to his right. it's not been scored yet. but, i mean, i was just thinking that the fenway faithful cheering for two guys they know nothing about for the most part. pedro ciriaco and mauro gomez. >> joe: i'm going to write this down in pencil, but that was ruled an error. >> tim: oh, i think that should be changed. i think that's a double. >> joe: especially here at home. >> tim: yeah, right. ciriaco runs so well as clay rapada is up and throwing. very difficult to get him a first. >> joe: instead of what would have been an rbi base hit, it's an error plating aviles, who was running for gomez. it's 8-4 red sox here in the seventh. cory wade has been fall
speech the better. >> it fa, family, the right to choose -- >> roe versus wade, it's a theory that's a lie. >> the issues that divide america are decided. my exclusive with justice antonin scalia. "piers morgan tonight." good evening. it isn't often a supreme court justice invites a journalist to come sit down with him inside the court itself. but i'm here today in washington to interview the longest serving justice, antonin scalia. justices never comment on cases they just ruled on or are pending, but that left a lot of territory to cover. from his faith, family and guiding judicial principles. his thoughts on campaign finance and politics and his colleagues. it's all on the table tonight, my exclusive interview with antonin scalia. "reading law -- the interpretation of legal texts." welcome. the book is very much a template for the way you conducted your legal life. you are a man that believes fundamentally that the law in america is based on the constitution. >> rigidly, i would not say, but it should be based on the text of the constitutio reasonably interpreted. >> a lot of pe
, begging for a court challenge. they think if they get have themverturning roe versus wade. they told politicothis is all an explosion, which we think if presented to the courts they would recognize the rights of the fetus. i was surprised it wasn't challenged and i would like to see that. they're begging for this, for a court challenge. anti-abortion activists all over the country are inviting a court challenge with these bans that are obviously unconstitutional. if they go to court, they think they'll get their chance to overturn roe versus wade and ban abortion all together. that's what they most want. in the meantime, they get the next best thing. they get a ban on some abortions, which are supposed to be constitutionally protected. they get to enforce these bans, even though they're unconstitutional. they've not been able to end abortion rights but six states are enforcing laws that have rolled back abortion rights that are protected by roe versus wade and the constitution. another three states have new bans like this that have not yet taken effect. back in april, arizona's repub
.i.p.s that they brought in. >> they brought their own. still with me is bob franken, wade henderson, be joy-ann reid, and lizz winstead. that is not a small point. the line is shorter. if you are a political entrepreneur young elected official, the fact that the line is shorter on the republican side than the democrats. >> and i saw the list. every republican star you could think of was on it. mia love, roger inis. the irony is, very few are members of the naacp. so he brought people that would normally not even be there. they brought in as many as they could scoop up, including the lieutenant governor of florida. >> it's a little bit unfair, i believe, to dismiss black republicans because conservatism, the many, many aspects of conservatism are arguable points. and just to say -- i'm not even going to use the term but you know the term that they are being in there for reasons of catering to the whites and all that, i believe is really -- >> no, i don't disagree, bob. but i want to draw a distinction between black republicans who are rank and file supporters of the republicans both historic and cont
versus wade in the '70s, one of the most controversial. i don't recall the media campaigning for an outcome in any of those cases as they did in this one. >> why is it always the media's faults when it doesn't go conservative's way. >> it's not. >> and succumbs to the liberal media. >> you don't think he-- >> again kind of, kind of jump on people, look, the real issue is not what the media did in advance, it's afterwards. the carrot and stick. >> the justice rehnquist because he was a conservative. and earl warren and other supreme court justices, including bachmann on roe versus wade. they become giants in the media after they do the right thing and-- >> it's always the conservatives put upon by the evil liberal media. >> or exconservatives rewarded. >> and the liberals are always rewarded and conservatives never get what they deserve. >> exactly. >> and let'ses talk about public awareness of all of this. the pew research center did a study and found that 55% of americans knew that the health care ruling had been largely upheld. they also found that 15% thought the court rej
. and romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a bill that outlaws all abortion, even in cases of rape and incest. there's so much we need to do. we need to attack our problems -- not a woman's choice. [ obama ] i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. . >>> hello and thank you for joining us. i'm jc hayward. >>> the extreme heat is topping our newscast this afternoon. a met -- the metropolitan washington area is under a heat advisory till 8:00 tonight. of course howard has been checking his maps so he has details. howard? >> the heat advisory just went into effect at noon. it lasts for another eight hours. we're worried about the heat- humidity combination pushing the heat index to 105, maybe locally higher than that, especially south of town. the cloud cover this morning, that gave us a little bit of a break. had showers and storms in western and northern maryland. those clouds around this morning have limited the rise to slow it down at least in northern sections. but down south, still very, very hot already. low 90s fredricksburg, tappahannock. we're trying to
health care should be our own is troubled mitt romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women, planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning services. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood. we're going to get rid of that. enforcement database to check if people have the right to vote. the federal government gave the state the okay to check people's names against a list of resident non-citizens. that list is maintained by the department of homeland security. the obama administration denied florida's request for months, but relent aed after a judge roomed in the plan. ship say the mistakes won't be corrected by the election in november. >>> and joe paterno re-upped his contract in the same month of the investigation into jerry sandusky. the longtime coach reached and agreement with penn state on the amended contract last august including a $3 million bonus if paterno retired after the
versus wade. a direct attack on that. they don't have the nerve to come to the target with a direct attack on roe versus wade, so they reach into their pot, pull out d.c. and use it as a cover. they figure they have gotten five or six conservative states where people don't use because they not in favor of abortions and if they want to get further, they think they need -- and they won't get it. even if it passes the house, it won't pass the senate. of course, that is based on bogus science. it's another one of those message bills that is for the republican base and extreme at this. >> -- at that. >> and i expect it to pass the house. >> thank you for filling us in here. >> my pleasure. >>> and all right, getting to the weather here. >> and with 80 degrees, 90, i guess you said it touchd? >> touched 90 and is starting to drop down. i we're still having problems with trees, even though for the most part, we have isolated showers and storms and that tree fell this evening in cleburn park and it's not from come any weather or storm today and this is east of connecticut avenue and this is
for contraception. and romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a bill that outlaws all abortion, even in cases of rape and incest. there's so much we need to do. we need to attack our problems -- not a woman's choice. [ obama ] i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. if you've got a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. my father's hands didn't build this company. my hands didn't build this company. through hard work and a little bit of luck, we built this business. why are you demonizing us for it? it's time we had somebody who believes in us. someone who believes that achievement should be rewarded not punished. we need somebody who believes in america. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >>> caught on tape, an allegeddrunken driver plowing into a crowd. a group of fellows refuse to buy a television from that guy in the white car. apparently he didn't take too kindly on that so he drives his t-bird right into the crowd, backs up, coming right at this guy. then he comes down and police then arrested them. the fellow hit, he wi
grounds. >> colby? >> i do not know what the chief justice said about roe v wade, when he took that into account, whether or not he even concocted the argument about the tax. if you look and what was filed on behalf of the government, two approaches to upholding the individual mandate. when was the commerce clause approach. the other was through the tax code. this was a position advanced by the government, it was stated. the chief justice of the knowledge it. that is the correct position to take. i do not see the big mystery there. >> marc? >> my take is two fold. first of all, or those of my friends to respect and rear the constitution of the united states, three bridges, legislative, congress, executive, the president, the traditional, the supreme court. all three have acted. can we now accept it? the affordable care act has been passed by the congress, signed by the president, upheld by the supreme court. let's move on. number two, this is an important issue. this was a central issue of the campaign in 2008. both sides vow to do something about it. this came out of an urgent
much for that kind introduction. good morning, everyone. i want to thank john and wade and steve and the chamber for the invitation to address you. i am the last speaker. after that panel, i am almost eager to go back right to work. there is a much to do and thank you very much, katie and george. i very much appreciate that dialogue. as you can tell, when you hear about all that, i could spend hours going through all the tech companies and what they're trying to do. ultimately, it is about job creation. i do get excited about that. it does keep me going, getting up very early, sarah. regardless of how i get there. if i can create one job every day for someone here in sisk -- in san francisco, that will satisfy me greatly. there are hundreds and thousands of jobs at stake. i will continue making this might mantra because i think it is the right thing to do for our great city. i might also acknowledged the members of the board of supervisors here today. they have been announced earlier. we all work as a team. it has never been about the mayor him or herself. if i have learned anyth
roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- ev in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning services. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood. we're going to ret rid of that. >> line and in hd, this is abc7 news at noon, on your side. >> we have an update on how close to 20 children survive as a powerful storm obliterated the gymnasium they were in. it happen in fredericksburg. >> captured on camera, this is the severe weather that tore through parts of town, nearly splitting buildings in two. >> it was an emotional range of shock and joking around to hysteria on some people's part. >> the only two of the our walls remain. nearly 20 students and their parents were inside the cinderblock dance studio wende wicker -- we did it whether rushed in. -- when the wicked storm rushed in. tom olen says her son and granddaughter were inside at the time. the cracks my son he was the la
for contraception. and romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backea bill that outlaws all abortion, even in cases of rape e and incest. there's so much we need to do. we need to attack our problems -- not a woman's choice. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approve this message. >> live and in hs,d, this is abc 7 news at noon, on your side. >> the man accused of one of the worst mass shooting in u.s. history now officially faces criminal charges. james holmes a appearing in the colorado group for the second time. this time to be formally charged for the july 20 attack the killed 12 people and injured 58 more. this video from last time around because no cameras were allowed in the courtroom today so we turn now to brandi hitt with the very latest. >> no cameras allowed in the courtroom, but we do know the hearing is underway. one is over, many legal experts believe james holmes will likely face hundreds of charges. >> filing charges this monday july 30. >> 24-year-old james holmes is formally hearing the charges against him and said a caller to a group of 10 days af
versus wade. romney backed a bill that outlaws all abortrtion, even in cases of rapand incest. there's so much we need to do. we need to attack our problems -- not a woman's choice. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approve this message. >> police in prince george's county need your help and search for bandits in as many as five gas station robberies. they're stealing a purse from a customer. seconds earlier the vehicle circled around the gas station before pinpointing a victim. police are investigating four other robberies that happen today. some say they keep you save on the road and others say they are a cash cow. there may be hope for many of them -- many frustrated by the red light cameras a cross d.c. >> almost everyone who has gotten one of these tickets falls into the frustrated category. some of the fines can be $250 for your first offense. everyone we talked to said they feel these are nothing more than money making machines and one city council member agrees. you know the sound. you recognize the snap and it means they hit your savings. >> i feel like it is the w
should be our own is troubled mitt romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. ll cut off funding tolanned parenthood. [ female aouncer ] for women planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning services. but, for mitt romney.... planned parenthood. we're going to get rid of that. >> there is hope in the d.c. neighborhood for a long-awaited cleanup of munitions. we expect to learn more about a plan to clean up military refuse from decades ago. >> this is a hot-button issue for people on glenn burke wrote -- glennbrook roaad. >> years ago it became a disposal area for weapons. the demolition of a house that may be sitting on even more varied munitions. beyond this lot fence, it looks like a house under renovation. in fact, it is toxic home in the middle of the affluent spring valley neighborhood. focus of an investigation by the army corps of engineers and the epa. >> there are 75 millimeter rounds, some containing mustar
romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female annnnouncer ] for women planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning services. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood. we're going to get rid of that. >> the national weather service is calling the storm that slammed into fredericksburg a microburst. it knocked down walls and damaged the roof of nearby homes and businesses. in all, seven people were hurt. the city council will meet this afternoon in alexandria whether to seek an emergency declaration. it would provide the city with financial help and clean up after the twister that swept across the. june 30th. it will be held inside city hall tonight. this was a scary moment caught on tape on the new jersey boardwalk. take a look. a storm knocked out power to the ski high -- seaside heights ride. she jumps 35 feet down. at the time, she didn't see another option. >> i d
court actingng on ideological grounds. >> i do not know what the chief justice said abo roe v wade, if he took all that into account, i do not even know if the chief justice concocted the idea about the tax. if you look and what was filed on behalf of the government, there were two approaches to upholdingng the individual mandate. one was the commerce clause approach. the other was through the tax code. it was stated, this was a position against by the government. the chief justice and acknowledged it and said it was the correct position to take. i do not s the big mystery. >> my take is two fold. first of all, for those of my friends to respect andnd rear the constititution of the united states we are ree branches. legislslative, congress, executive, president and judiciary, supreme court. all three have not acted. they have extended t affordable care act. acpted by the congress, signed by the president ueld by the supreme court, let's move on. no. 1. no. 2, this is an important issue. this was a central issue in the campaign of 2008. both sides vow t to do something about it. thi
overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women, planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings and family-planning services. but, for mitt romney... planned parenthood. we're going to get rid of that. >>> firefighters worked through the heat to battle a house fire in montgomery county. it happened today on ashton road in olney. homeowner says friday's storm tripped his circuit. power went back on. when he went to flip the circuit breakers back on, they caught on fire. >> i turned the circuit breaker on and it just -- everything went up. all the circuit breakers, just -- started burning, melting down. >> it took around 60 firefighters to put out the fire. the father and his small child escaped unharmed. >>> and an historic day for the people of libya. for the first time in 60 years they voted in a free national election. it's the conclusion of libya's first parliamentary election since the overthrow and death of dictator moammar
roe versus wade. romney backea bill that outlaws all abortion, even in cases of rape and incest. there's so much we need to do. we need to attack our problems -- not a woman's choice. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approve this message. >> live and in hd, this is abc "news at noon," on your side. >> after a weekend filled without rage and sorrow, today the legal justice begins in the movie theater shooting that shocked the nation. the suspect james holmes made his first appearance in a, a courtroom. he looked dazed as the judge explained the process ahead of him. that will ultimately include being charged for the attack that left 12 people dead and 58 injured friday morning. let's get the latest from colorado with rebecca stevens. and the only suspect in the movie pewter massacre has made his first appearance in court. people were not sure what to expect when he appeared. the mass murder suspect was brought from solitary confinement to his first court appearance through an underground tunnel. in the brief hearing, the judge told him why he is being held. >> you
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